April 6th – 13th Ballet, Queen, Easter eggs, and Meet Howard Pyle

Ballet in Cinemas: Romeo & Juliet

Shakespeare’s story of the star-crossed young lovers is known to all: Two young people, Romeo (Federico Bonelli) and Juliet  Lauren Cuthbertson), from feuding noble families of Verona, meet, fall in love, and, after secretly marrying, tragically die within moments of each other. Theatre N at Nemours, April 8th, 2:30 P.M.

 

One Night of Queen

One Night of Queen returns to The Grand having blazed international stages, playing theatres, arenas and festivals to sell-out crowds. Along with his band, The Works, Gary Mullen delivers the sound and the incredible showmanship that was the hallmark of Queen in concert. You’ll be rockin’ to your favorite rabble-rousing renditions of “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “Somebody to Love,” “We are the Champions” and many more! The Grand, April 11th, 8 P.M.

 

Easter Egg-Travaganza

Enjoy making a homemade terrarium and other “hands on” arts activities! Participate in an Easter egg hunt within the historic confines of the Opera House theatre. Enjoy a free snack. Easter fun is all here at the Smyrna Opera House! (recommended for children ages 4-9 – adults free). Smyrna Opera House, April 7th, 10 A.M.

 

Meet Howard Pyle

Learn more about the man behind the paintings. Joe Plummer will present “Meet Howard Pyle” at the Lewes Public Library on Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 7:00 [.m. Joe Plummer is a retired actor and teacher who now lives in Lincoln, DE. Mr. Plummer has performed at the Lewes Library in the past as Charles Dickens, William Shakespeare and George Bernard Shaw. The program will be followed by a question & answer period. Lewes Public Library, April 12th, 7 P.M.

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